• Does Alcohol Help you Sleep?

    Alcohol is a depressant with sedative effects, promoting relaxation and sleepiness. As such, it is not uncommon to enjoy the occasional glass of wine or cocktail with your dinner. However, alcohol consumption, especially in excess, has been linked to poor sleep quality and decreased sleep duration.
  • How a Woman's Menstrual Cycle Affects Sleep

    Hormonal changes during the menstrual cycle affect body temperature and melatonin production, disrupting sleep. PMS can cause women to sleep either less or more than usual. Women with PMS have different sleep patterns and progress abnormally through the sleep cycle.
  • 10 New Habits to Reduce EMF Exposure Level

    Most of us live in a home with our WiFi 24/7 and sleep with our phones next to our heads. All these electronic devices emit harmful EMF radiation. Scientists show growing evidence that too much electromagnetic field (EMFs) exposure can be harmful to our health. Even the World Health Organization classified EMFs as "possibly carcinogenic to humans" in 2011. 

  • Why YOU Should Be Concerned About the Effects of 5G and EMFs

    5G radiofrequency radiation was implemented globally without investigating the risks to human health and the environment. Science has shown several adverse effects linked to 5G cell phone radiation and harmful electromagnetic fields (EMFs). Long-term exposure to EMFs can have harsh repercussions to human health.

  • What and When should You eat to get Better Sleep?

    Some foods and drinks contain chemicals that help facilitate the sleep cycle, meaning you can change your diet to help you fall asleep quicker and sleep better. Your quality of sleep can affect several health conditions such as obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and hypertension.
  • Exercise and Sleep: Best Time to Exercise to Improve Sleep Quality

    Exercise as a daytime activity impacts getting a good night’s sleep. Prior and recent research suggests that exercising can improve sleep quality while inadequate and poor quality sleep can lead to lower levels of physical activity. As such, the relationship between sleep and exercise is a reciprocal one.

  • Win a BB Holistics Weighted Blanket (valued at $249)

    BB Holistics is giving away an amazing Weighted Blanket with Far Infrared (valued at $249). Enter your name for a chance to win!

    Weighted health blankets are known to help improve sleep quality, ease restlessness, and improve concentration. BB Holistics is giving away an amazing prize that can be used by anyone in your family.  

  • How to Practice Meditation

    Meditation is more about managing your consciousness, developing awareness, and achieving peace and clarity rather than a religious teaching. While it may seem overwhelming and daunting to learn how to meditate and establish a routine, it takes less than 10 minutes a day to get started.
  • 11 Benefits of Meditation

    Meditation is the practice of focusing the mind on a particular object, thought, or activity to train attention, awareness and achieve emotional calmness and mental clarity. You can use meditation to increase self-awareness as well as an understanding of your environment. 

  • Snoring Remedies

    Snoring happens when air flows through your airway when it’s blocked while breathing in your sleep. This causes the relaxed tissues in your throat to vibrate, resulting in a harsh sound.  Although snoring is generally not a significant issue, chronic snoring may be a sign of a serious underlying health condition such as Obstructive Sleep Apnea or Sleep Deprivation.

  • What You should Know about Melatonin

    Melatonin, also known as the “sleep hormone,” is a naturally occurring hormone made by your body. It is produced in the pineal gland in the brain, and high levels can help you fall asleep. Melatonin lets your body know it is nighttime and relaxes your body to help you fall asleep more easily. However, Melatonin itself does not cause you to fall asleep.

  • Nutritional Psychiatry: Does Your Choice of Food Help Your Mental Health?

    Mental Health Nutrition (Nutritional Psychiatry) is an emerging nutritional science that explores the changes that nutritious diets can make to one’s mental health. Studies support the conclusion that the diets of people with mental health disorders lack critical nutrients for brain health.